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AirPort Extreme Base Station


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i'd like to know some things about the AirPort Extreme Base Station. How fast it is? Does it work perfectly or it has any kind of connecting problems? What are the advantages besides the wireless connection if it has some?? Thank you
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I don't have Airport Extreme, I have a regular Airport Base Station. I'm not sure what you mean by fast? I notice no difference bewtween directly connected to the cable and using Airport. I've had no connection issues, I find it very simple to setup and use. I also have my Dell connected via LAN cable to the base for my home network

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54mpbs at up to 50 ft range
11mbps at up to 150 ft range

works perfectly and there are no other advantages except for the speed within 50 ft of the station
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